Saturday, April 30, 2011


CNN reports Saif al Arab Killed

Saif al Arab one of Qadaffi's sons and 3 of his grandchildren have been killed in a NATO airstrike. Saif al Arab was the youngest son. Qadaffi was there visiting his son along with his wife. Safiya I presume.

Saturday, April 23, 2011


Grab your pop-corn!

Today''s Saturday Matinee!' Ko Tamo Peva?

Thursday, April 21, 2011


Yesterday's News Next Week...

Sorry about that!

and just in case the link doesn't work:

This trial is interesting on so many levels. All I can say is don't do bad things to people, they never forget and if those things are bad enough, you will face justice.

I have been battling further tooth problems, I will be going to the dentist tomorrow YEAAAYH! They will have a look at my awful teeth and figure out a treatment plan for me. I hear they are good. That was welcome news. The State no longer pays for dental care for adults. This is too bad but at least I was able to get an inexpensive dental plan, and get some help. They are kind of out there. I will bus out and my daughter will take me home.

I have been sort of glued to Al Jazeera, the death of Heatherington saddened me. I saw bits of his film 'Restrepo' and was very impressed. He was a good man. Still he knew the risks going in. This sadly is part of the job. War is ugly and God bless the men and women brave enough to show it in it's full light.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011


More War Crimes Busts:

and a second article on this matter:

this article mentions two individuals arrested for war crimes. It is the second female I have heard of being arrested. I had been under the impression that few women took an active role in the fighting. But if there are one or two, then there might be more that did.

Apparently this unit she was part of was no one you wanted to run into in a dark alley.

I still find it ironic that the extradition hearing for the woman will be Vidovdan.

Also Croatian Bosnians are stepping up their demands for an entity of their own:

Man I don't want to compare myself to Jon Stewart but if I take a break things get busy...

Thursday, April 07, 2011



The Seventh of April marks the liberation of Kalesija, the first town liberated during the Bosnian war.

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